Jul 31, 2014 1:10 AM by Chief Meteorologist Dale Nelson
CORPUS CHRISTI- An unusual cold front for this time of year will approach south Texas late Friday night, stall then dissipate resulting in a change to our baking hot and dry weather. Where the front stalls in the Coastal Bend will determine who gets the rain because not all of us will due to the scattered nature of the rainfall activity. Temperatures will be lower but not necessarily cooler except temporarily when some areas are receiving rain.
Thursday will be mostly sunny and dry again with sweltering heat and a high of 98.
Tonight expect fair skies warm and sticky with a low of 77.
Friday we will have variable sunshine still very hot and humid with scattered thundershowers developing from the north later in the day and a high of 96.
Expect scattered thundershowers over the weekend (with some areas getting missed) and generally lights winds and a little low temperatures.
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